Mesotherapy is a medical discipline, an application technique. It is a procedure performed with a needle in local areas, under the skin. The mesoderm layer of the skin is injected with very thin and short needle tips. It is used to treat pain or disease in the intended area. The drugs used are medical drugs. It must be applied under the supervision of a doctor. The first aim of mesotherapy is to correct the causes of poor circulation and skin damage.

A French doctor, Michel Pistor, developed the technique in 1952. It was primarily used to relieve pain. Since then, it has gained popularity in the United States and other parts of the world.

Depending on the intended use and indication, various drug mixtures are injected into the skin in 5-10 minutes. The drugs used in the application are used in an effective but moderate dose. Since the active substance at this dose is applied directly to that area, the effect is more permanent. Since it is a local application, systemic problems and complications in the patient are therefore minimized. Techniques such as point to point, napage, epidermal are used.

Mesotherapy, a beauty treatment that is very popular among women worldwide, deeply moisturizes the skin and results in a radiant complexion. These powerful mixtures of active ingredients, which also contain high concentrations of antioxidants, vitamins and hyaluronic acid, promote intensive collagen regeneration and strengthen the overall health of the skin. The same treatments are used for hair and scalp diseases. With multiple sessions, the skin and hair leave their dull appearance to regain youth, vitality and shine.

Botox-filling applications are a mesotherapy treatment.
Advantages of Mesotherapy

Treatment sessions are short in mesotherapy. Results are observed quickly. Results are more effective and permanent than other alternative methods. It has no significant side effects when applied correctly by a professional. There is no need for local or general anesthesia. Patients can return to their daily lives after the procedure.

Treatments should be carefully adjusted in patients with heart failure, diabetes, kidney disease, anticoagulant therapy, nephropapiti.